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De La Hoya ‘75%’ sure of Golovkin-Alvarez September rematch

Oscar De La Hoya believes Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez's highly anticipated rematch with Gennady Golovkin is close to being finalized and will be driven by increasing animosity between the two fighters. Alvarez, who pulled out of his May 5 middleweight clash in Las Vegas after twice testing positive for Clenbuterol in February, announced on Tuesday that he has enrolled in the year-round Voluntary Anti-Doping Association (VADA) drug-testing regime. Alvarez's determination to prove he's a clean fighter has finally satisfied the Golovkin camp who were very critical about the slowness of the Mexican to publicly state his intentions for testing. They wanted assurances of him being teste...Keep on reading: De La Hoya ‘75%’ sure of Golovkin-Alvarez September rematch.....»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerMay 17th, 2018

Golovkin-Alvarez September rematch almost final, says De La Hoya

MIAMI, United States – Oscar De La Hoya believes Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez's highly anticipated rematch with Gennady Golovkin is close to being finalized and will be driven by increasing animosity between the two fighters. Alvarez, who pulled out of his May 5 middleweight clash in Las Vegas after twice ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMay 17th, 2018

De La Hoya ‘75%’ sure of Golovkin-Alvarez September rematch

Oscar De La Hoya believes Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez's highly anticipated rematch with Gennady Golovkin is close to being finalized and will be driven by increasing animosity between the two fighters. Alvarez, who pulled out of his May 5 middleweight clash in Las Vegas after twice testing positive for Clenbuterol in February, announced on Tuesday that he has enrolled in the year-round Voluntary Anti-Doping Association (VADA) drug-testing regime. Alvarez's determination to prove he's a clean fighter has finally satisfied the Golovkin camp who were very critical about the slowness of the Mexican to publicly state his intentions for testing. They wanted assurances of him being teste...Keep on reading: De La Hoya ‘75%’ sure of Golovkin-Alvarez September rematch.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 17th, 2018

Canelo Alvarez to face Gennady Golovkin in middleweight title rematch

LOS ANGELES, USA – World middleweight boxing champion Gennady Golovkin will fight Saul "Canelo" Alvarez on May 5 in a 12-round rematch of their epic draw last September, promoters announced Monday, January 30. No venue was announced for the showdown on the Mexican "Cinco de Mayo" holiday between Mexico's Alvarez, 49-1 ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 30th, 2018

After Canelo fell out, Gennady Golovkin picks up Martirosyan

LOS ANGELES --- Gennady Golovkin spent several months planning and training for this weekend. He intended to spend it under Las Vegas' brightest lights as he proved his middleweight supremacy in a lucrative rematch with Canelo Alvarez. Instead, Golovkin finds himself back in his adopted home in Southern California, where he's making a fraction of that potential payday to fight a gritty veteran contender with nothing to lose in a famous outdoor ring where crazy things happen regularly. Sure, it's not the Cinco de Mayo that Golovkin (37-0-1, 33 KOs) had in mind. The 160-pound Kazakh middleweight kingpin is still determined to make the most of the holiday when he takes on Van...Keep on reading: After Canelo fell out, Gennady Golovkin picks up Martirosyan.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 5th, 2018

‘Triple G’ goes for record-tying win vs Canelo fill-in

LOS ANGELES — Undefeated Gennady Golovkin defends his three major world middleweight titles against fill-in foe Vanes Martirosyan on Saturday with boxing history and a possible rematch with Canelo Alvarez on the line. “Triple G” tries to stretch his reign, which began in 2010, to 20 fights and equal Bernard Hopkins for the longest title […] The post ‘Triple G’ goes for record-tying win vs Canelo fill-in appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsMay 1st, 2018

Canelo Alvarez banned for six months over failed drug test

LAS VEGAS, United States – Mexican middleweight Saul "Canelo" Alvarez was handed a six-month ban by the Nevada State Athletic Commission on Wednesday over the failed drug test which forced his rematch with Gennady Golovkin to be cancelled. At a hearing in Las Vegas, the commission unanimously approved a ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsApr 19th, 2018

Alvarez cancels Golovkin rematch over drugs controversy

LOS ANGELES, USA – Saul "Canelo" Alvarez on Tuesday, April 3, withdrew from his May 5 rematch against middleweight rival Gennady Golovkin in the wake of his failed drugs test. "We're going to have to cancel the May 5 rematch," Golden Boy Promotions president Eric Gomez told reporters ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsApr 4th, 2018

Alvarez-Triple G fight in jeopardy on drug complaint

LAS VEGAS --- Nevada boxing regulators have filed a formal complaint against Canelo Alvarez for doping violations, putting his May 5 middleweight title rematch with Gennady Golovkin in jeopardy. Alvarez could be suspended for a year for testing positive twice for the performance-enhancing drug Clenbuterol in random urine tests conducted in his hometown of Guadalajara, Mexico, in February. An April 18 hearing was set on the complaint by the Nevada State Athletic Commission, replacing an earlier April 10 hearing that had been set. The hearing is just two weeks before the fight, making it doubtful the fight will proceed on that date. Nevada boxing regulations call for a one-y...Keep on reading: Alvarez-Triple G fight in jeopardy on drug complaint.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 30th, 2018

Alvarez temporarily suspended, Golovkin rematch threatened

LOS ANGELES, USA – Mexican middleweight Saul "Canelo" Alvarez was temporarily suspended by Nevada boxing authorities on Friday, March 23, over positive drug tests, putting his May 5 title rematch with Gennady Golovkin in jeopardy. "Mr. Alvarez is temporarily suspended by the Nevada State Athletic Commission per the executive director ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMar 24th, 2018

Canelo, Golovkin vow to win rematch of their memorable draw

LOS ANGELES — Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin do not intend to draw again......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 28th, 2018

Golovkin, Alvarez to meet in May 5 rematch

Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez will meet in a May 5 rematch with the middleweight title on the line once again, promoters said Monday (Tuesday Manila ti.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 30th, 2018

Alvarez-Golovkin 2 coming in May—report

Mexican fighter Saul "Canelo" Alvarez has agreed to a May 5 rematch against three-belt middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin, the Los Angeles Times reported on Thursday. The report said Golovkin's camp was expected to greenlight the bout in "the next few days", noting there was no rematch clause for a third fight in the agreement. "It's going to be another great fight, so it'll likely be a natural to do another rematch, but it's not in the agreement," promoter Eric Gomez told the Los Angeles Times at a workout for welterweight title fighter Lucas Matthysse in Indio, California, east of Los Angeles. "We want to concentrate on getting this (second Alvarez-Golovkin fight) don...Keep on reading: Alvarez-Golovkin 2 coming in May—report.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 12th, 2018

Golovkin- Alvarez rematch?

LOS ANGELES – Talks for a rematch between undefeated middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin and Mexican boxing hero Canelo Alvarez are expected to begin in t.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 24th, 2017

Golovkin-Alvarez rematch in the works

Golovkin-Alvarez rematch in the works.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 24th, 2017

Rematch in the works

Alvarez rues big chance to stop Golovkin in 10th.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 19th, 2017

Golovkin and Alvarez fight to a brutal draw; rematch to come

LAS VEGAS — Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin argued afterward about who won their middleweight showdown......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 17th, 2017

Golovkin and Alvarez fight to a brutal draw; rematch to come

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Gennady Golovkin retained his middleweight titles Saturday night, fighting to a draw with Canelo Alvarez in a brutal battle that ended with both fighters with their hands aloft in victory. The middleweight showdown lived up to its hype as the two fighters traded huge punches and went after each other for 12 rounds. Neither fighter was down and neither appeared seriously hurt but both landed some huge punches to the head that had the crowd screaming in excitement. Golovkin was the aggressor throughout and landed punches that had put other fighters to the canvas. But he couldn't put Alvarez down, and the Mexican star more than stood his own in exchanges with Triple G, from Kazakhstan. The two were still brawling as the final seconds ticked down and the fight went to the scorecards. One judge had Alvarez winning 118-110, a second had it 115-113 in Golovkin's favor while the third had it 114-114. The Associated Press scored it 114-114. Golovkin, who has never lost in 38 fights, retained his middleweight titles with the draw. But Alvarez showed that he could not only take Golovkin's punches but land telling punches of his own. A frenzied crowd of 22,358 at the T-Mobile Arena roared throughout the fight as the two middleweights put on the kind of show that boxing purists had anticipated. They brawled, used sharp jabs and counter-punched at times, with neither one willing to give the other much ground. 'Congratulations all my friends from Mexico,' Golovkin said. 'I want a true fight. I want a big drama show.' There was plenty of drama late in the fight as Alvarez seemed to rally and rocked Golovkin with uppercuts and big right hands. But just as soon as he landed he often took one back from the slugger so feared that most other fighter avoided him. br /> 'I won seven-eight rounds easily,' Alvarez said. It was a battle from the opening bell as Golovkin tried to walk Alvarez down but often found himself getting hit from sharp counter punches. 'Today, people give me draw. I focus on boxing,' Golovkin said. 'Look my belts, I'm still champion. I've not lost.' Golovkin predicted before the fight that the late rounds would resemble a street fight, and in a way they did. Both fighters were willing to trade, and both had no problems landing hard shots to the head. Golovkin had chased Alvarez for nearly two years, trying to get the signature fight that would pay him millions and make him a pay-per-view draw on his own. Alvarez finally agreed after Golovkin looked vulnerable earlier this year against Daniel Jacobs in a decision win that stopped his knockout streak at 23 fights. br />   .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 17th, 2017

Golovkin and Alvarez fight to a brutal draw; rematch to come

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Gennady Golovkin retained his middleweight titles Saturday night, fighting to a draw with Canelo Alvarez in a brutal battle that ended with both fighters with their hands aloft in victory. The middleweight showdown lived up to its hype as the two fighters traded huge punches and went after each other for 12 rounds. Neither fighter was down and neither appeared seriously hurt but both landed some huge punches to the head that had the crowd screaming in excitement. Golovkin was the aggressor throughout and landed punches that had put other fighters to the canvas. But he couldn't put Alvarez down, and the Mexican star more than stood his own in exchanges with Triple G, from Kazakhstan. The two were still brawling as the final seconds ticked down and the fight went to the scorecards. One judge had Alvarez winning 118-110, a second had it 115-113 in Golovkin's favor while the third had it 114-114. The Associated Press scored it 114-114. Golovkin, who has never lost in 38 fights, retained his middleweight titles with the draw. But Alvarez showed that he could not only take Golovkin's punches but land telling punches of his own. A frenzied crowd of 22,358 at the T-Mobile Arena roared throughout the fight as the two middleweights put on the kind of show that boxing purists had anticipated. They brawled, used sharp jabs and counter-punched at times, with neither one willing to give the other much ground. 'Congratulations all my friends from Mexico,' Golovkin said. 'I want a true fight. I want a big drama show.' There was plenty of drama late in the fight as Alvarez seemed to rally and rocked Golovkin with uppercuts and big right hands. But just as soon as he landed he often took one back from the slugger so feared that most other fighter avoided him. br /> 'I won seven-eight rounds easily,' Alvarez said. It was a battle from the opening bell as Golovkin tried to walk Alvarez down but often found himself getting hit from sharp counter punches. 'Today, people give me draw. I focus on boxing,' Golovkin said. 'Look my belts, I'm still champion. I've not lost.' Golovkin predicted before the fight that the late rounds would resemble a street fight, and in a way they did. Both fighters were willing to trade, and both had no problems landing hard shots to the head. Golovkin had chased Alvarez for nearly two years, trying to get the signature fight that would pay him millions and make him a pay-per-view draw on his own. Alvarez finally agreed after Golovkin looked vulnerable earlier this year against Daniel Jacobs in a decision win that stopped his knockout streak at 23 fights. br /> br /> .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 17th, 2017

Golovkin and Alvarez fight to a brutal draw; rematch to come

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Gennady Golovkin retained his middleweight titles Saturday night, fighting to a draw with Canelo Alvarez in a brutal battle that ended with both fighters with their hands aloft in victory. The middleweight showdown lived up to its hype as the two fighters traded huge punches and went after each other for 12 rounds. Neither fighter was down and neither appeared seriously hurt but both landed some huge punches to the head that had the crowd screaming in excitement. Golovkin was the aggressor throughout and landed punches that had put other fighters to the canvas. But he couldn't put Alvarez down, and the Mexican star more than stood his own in exchanges with Triple G, from Kazakhstan. The two were still brawling as the final seconds ticked down and the fight went to the scorecards. One judge had Alvarez winning 118-110, a second had it 115-113 in Golovkin's favor while the third had it 114-114. The Associated Press scored it 114-114. Golovkin, who has never lost in 38 fights, retained his middleweight titles with the draw. But Alvarez showed that he could not only take Golovkin's punches but land telling punches of his own. A frenzied crowd of 22,358 at the T-Mobile Arena roared throughout the fight as the two middleweights put on the kind of show that boxing purists had anticipated. They brawled, used sharp jabs and counter-punched at times, with neither one willing to give the other much ground. 'Congratulations all my friends from Mexico,' Golovkin said. 'I want a true fight. I want a big drama show.' There was plenty of drama late in the fight as Alvarez seemed to rally and rocked Golovkin with uppercuts and big right hands. But just as soon as he landed he often took one back from the slugger so feared that most other fighter avoided him. br /> 'I won seven-eight rounds easily,' Alvarez said. It was a battle from the opening bell as Golovkin tried to walk Alvarez down but often found himself getting hit from sharp counter punches. 'Today, people give me draw. I focus on boxing,' Golovkin said. 'Look my belts, I'm still champion. I've not lost.' Golovkin predicted before the fight that the late rounds would resemble a street fight, and in a way they did. Both fighters were willing to trade, and both had no problems landing hard shots to the head. Golovkin had chased Alvarez for nearly two years, trying to get the signature fight that would pay him millions and make him a pay-per-view draw on his own. Alvarez finally agreed after Golovkin looked vulnerable earlier this year against Daniel Jacobs in a decision win that stopped his knockout streak at 23 fights. br />   .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 17th, 2017

Golovkin and Alvarez fight to a brutal draw; rematch to come

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Gennady Golovkin retained his middleweight titles Saturday night, fighting to a draw with Canelo Alvarez in a brutal battle that ended with both fighters with their hands aloft in victory. The middleweight showdown lived up to its hype as the two fighters traded huge punches and went after each other for 12 rounds. Neither fighter was down and neither appeared seriously hurt but both landed some huge punches to the head that had the crowd screaming in excitement. Golovkin was the aggressor throughout and landed punches that had put other fighters to the canvas. But he couldn't put Alvarez down, and the Mexican star more than stood his own in exchanges with Triple G, from Kazakhstan. The two were still brawling as the final seconds ticked down and the fight went to the scorecards. One judge had Alvarez winning 118-110, a second had it 115-113 in Golovkin's favor while the third had it 114-114. The Associated Press scored it 114-114. Golovkin, who has never lost in 38 fights, retained his middleweight titles with the draw. But Alvarez showed that he could not only take Golovkin's punches but land telling punches of his own. A frenzied crowd of 22,358 at the T-Mobile Arena roared throughout the fight as the two middleweights put on the kind of show that boxing purists had anticipated. They brawled, used sharp jabs and counter-punched at times, with neither one willing to give the other much ground. 'Congratulations all my friends from Mexico,' Golovkin said. 'I want a true fight. I want a big drama show.' There was plenty of drama late in the fight as Alvarez seemed to rally and rocked Golovkin with uppercuts and big right hands. But just as soon as he landed he often took one back from the slugger so feared that most other fighter avoided him. br /> 'I won seven-eight rounds easily,' Alvarez said. It was a battle from the opening bell as Golovkin tried to walk Alvarez down but often found himself getting hit from sharp counter punches. 'Today, people give me draw. I focus on boxing,' Golovkin said. 'Look my belts, I'm still champion. I've not lost.' Golovkin predicted before the fight that the late rounds would resemble a street fight, and in a way they did. Both fighters were willing to trade, and both had no problems landing hard shots to the head. Golovkin had chased Alvarez for nearly two years, trying to get the signature fight that would pay him millions and make him a pay-per-view draw on his own. Alvarez finally agreed after Golovkin looked vulnerable earlier this year against Daniel Jacobs in a decision win that stopped his knockout streak at 23 fights. br />   .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 17th, 2017